Covid-19: Resources for youth justice

This section contains resources to support operational delivery of youth justice services during the COVID-19 pandemic and current recovery period.

 

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Summary:  Link to the Youth Work Support website which offers advice, guidance and tools relevant to children and practitioners during COVID-19.     Description:  Youth Work Support website is designed to bring together relevant advice, guidance, support and tools for youth workers, children and young people and organisations during COVID-19.   The following areas may be of particular interest: Supporting…
Summary: Trauma informed approach to working with children during COVID 19.     Description: Nicola Lester, Psychological Trauma Consultant has created making SENSE of COVID-19: trauma informed approaches to engagement guidance.  The guidance may be of use for those staff and volunteers working with children in the youth justice system.   If you have any questions please contact Nicola Lester…
Summary:  A resource for parents experiencing child violence and abuse, created by Who’s in Charge that takes into account COVID-19.     Description:  Who’s in Charge have created a booklet; help and support for parents experiencing child to parent violence and abuse, which is designed for parents, which takes into account COVID-19.   This is in recognition of news reports that…
Summary: Link to Safe Hands, Thinking Minds website which has specific area around COVID-19 and anxiety and stress.     Safe Hands, Thinking Minds brings together a variety of information, knowledge and evidence base concerning parenting, trauma, adversity (ACE’s), attachment, fostering, adoption, asylum-seeking and refugee and children and young people.   They have created a specific Covid, Anxiety, Stress- Resources…
Summary: Lancashire Child and Youth Justice Service has provided procedures and processes for volunteers and staff running Referral Order panels during COVID-19 pandemic.     Description: Lancashire Child and Youth Justice Service chas provided the following documents to support staff and volunteers to work effectively during COVID-19:   Referral Order Shuttle Panel - Volunteer Feedback Form - This form is designed…
 Summary: Posters produced by NHS and Youth Custody Service to promote social connection during lockdown and quarantine.     Description: The Youth Custody Service and NHS have co-produced flyers to highlight the need for social contact even whilst social distancing: Physical Distancing Not Social Distancing - English Physical Distancing Not Social Distancing - Welsh Secure Stairs - Top Tips for…